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Ivan ‘Pudge’ Rodriguez, one of the best all-time catchers for the Rangers, was elected to the club’s Hall of Fame today as it’s official 16th member.
Ivan “Pudge” Rodriguez has rejoined the Texas Rangers as a Special Assistant to the General Manager, instructor, and ambassador, the team announced on Thursday.
Twenty-one years have passed in Arlington since the arrival of a pudgy 19-year-old Puerto Rican kid.
The greatest Texas Ranger ever deserves to be in baseball’s Hall of Fame. Rumors be damned.
Uttering the words “Today is a very hard day for me” Ivan ‘Pudge’ Rodriguez officially retired as a Texas Rangers during a press conference at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington on Monday.
Ivan ‘Pudge’ Rodriguez is not getting into the Baseball Hall of Fame. This obviously has nothing to do with credentials.
In 1999, he was the American League Most Valuable Player. And from the time he arrived in Arlington as a 19-year-old in 1991 he set the standard for Rangers’ catchers past, present and future